HP PROBOOK 640 G2 NXP NFC DRIVER DETAILS:
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HP PROBOOK 640 G2 NXP NFC DRIVER
Browser permission example The default or selected Web browser opens and displays HP ProBook 640 G2 NXP NFC Web page sent from your computer. Sharing a Web page Sending a Windows 8 app from computer to mobile device in Windows 8 Windows 8 apps can be sent from the Windows 8 Start screen to your mobile device.
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Sending an app opens the Windows Store app download page on your mobile device's Web browser. Only Windows 8 devices can download and install Windows 8 apps. On the Windows 8 Start HP ProBook 640 G2 NXP NFC, right-click an app tile to select the app. A check mark appears in the top right corner of the app tile. On touch screen computers, touch and hold the app tile, and drag the tile down until a white check mark appears in the top right corner above the tile. Selecting an app on a touch screen computer Press the Windows The charms menu opens on the right edge of the screen. Tap and send If Tap and send is not an available option in Devices, the app cannot be shared.
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If the app is not already installed on the mobile device, the device receives a link to the app in the Windows Store. If prompted, give the mobile device permission to open the Web page, and select the Web browser you want to use to complete the action.
Browser permission example A browser window opens with the Windows Store app download page displayed. Troubleshooting an NFC connection Use one of the following sections that describes the HP ProBook 640 G2 NXP NFC you are experiencing: The mobile device freezes when trying to send or receive content If the mobile device freezes when using NFC to send or receive content, restart the device. Refer to the device manual for restarting instructions if necessary. To help prevent this issue, make sure you have only one Web page open on the mobile device when sending a URL to the computer.
Nothing happens when you pair your computer and mobile device, or an NFC connection cannot be established in Windows 8 First, make sure that the computer and mobile device both have NFC antennasand HP ProBook 640 G2 NXP NFC NFC is enabled. Then use the following steps to troubleshoot the NFC connection: Make sure the mobile device is positioned correctly on the computer.
NFC technology relies on close physical proximity for successful communication. Find where the NFC antenna is located on your HP ProBook 640 G2 NXP NFC and on your mobile device, often indicated by an NFC iconand make sure that you are touching the device to the computer as close to that location as possible. Slowly move the device over the surface of the computer near where the NFC antenna is located, and listen for the sound that plays when the mobile device and computer are paired correctly. Restart both the computer and the mobile device.
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Refer to the mobile device manual for restarting instructions if necessary. Fully shut down and restart the computer using the following steps: Press the Windows The Settings charm opens on HP ProBook 640 G2 NXP NFC right edge of the screen. Click Power, press and hold the Shift key, and select Shut down. Wait for the computer to shut down.
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Press the HP ProBook 640 G2 NXP NFC button to restart the computer. Proximity devices Right-click the device name and select Uninstall. Uninstall device If a confirmation window opens, click OK or Yes. Confirm Device Uninstall The device name should be removed from the list and the Proximity devices category is also removed if there is only one device. Scan for hardware changes When the installation finishes, the device name should appear in Device Manager.
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Unable to send content, or sharing options are not available Use the following steps if content does not send, or if NFC sharing options are limited or unavailable: Make sure the type of content you are trying to share can be transmitted via NFC. Not all content can be shared using NFC. Refer to Sharing content with NFC to see the types of content that can be shared. More information about NFC The Near Field Communication Forum is a non-profit industry association HP ProBook 640 G2 NXP NFC promotes the use of NFC short-range wireless interaction in consumer electronics, mobile devices and computers.
Well, I've got a Probook G2 with "NXP's ProximityBased SmartCard Is there any way I can test to see if my NFC hardware is working? Near Field Communication (NFC) allows your computer to share content with NFC-enabled mobile devices, such as tablets and smart phones, by establishing.